From 1862 to 1882, how many arrest were made for cohabitation (polygamy)?
a. Wrestle and exercise
April 1, 1846. Wednesday: . . . Mother  was very sick and could not bear to ride. She walked all the way. I felt very unwell myself having much pain in my limbs. The roads were bad, but we arrived in camp about 2 o’clock and got on good ground. After getting our tents fixed fires made &c I went to wrestling, jumping &c to try to get well. I over-exerted myself without any symptoms of perspiration and was so sick after I had to go to bed.
An Intimate Chronicle: The Journal of William Clayton, George D. Smith, ed. (Salt Lake City, Signature Books, 1995)